This Modern Country Club Wedding Truly has us Tickled Pink
This modern country club wedding truly has us tickled pink! Each floral arrangement by Bramble & Bee in variant shades of pink brought serious pops of color to go with white and light blue accents. Besides serving some seriously gorgeous looks, KK’s lovely silk bridal gown from Mia Bridal also served as a special location for her “something borrowed” – pieces of her mom’s, older sister’s and younger sister’s wedding dresses were sewn into the lining of her own dress, making for the most special keepsake from her own big day. Paired with her hair and makeup by Hey Lovely, KK looked like an absolute dream! With Josh and Dana Fernandez there to capture every detail, we get to relive this special day with their adorable wedding photos below. Scroll to see all the modern details of KK and Jeff’s day and why it has us tickled pink! Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Miller!
Photo // Josh and Dana Fernandez
From the bride on her favorite memory: “I was adamant that I did not want to do a first look with Jeff before our wedding ceremony. Sure, a first look probably would have calmed our pre-wedding nerves and even allowed us to get some of our pictures out of the way, but Jeff and I both agreed that we wanted to see each other for the first time when I walked down the aisle. I have to say, it did not disappoint! The church doors opened, and I saw Jeff waiting for me at the end of the aisle. I swear my heart stopped and time stood still. It was such a once-in-a-lifetime moment that I will never forget. I am still so glad we chose to forego a first look!”
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